Peter Watson

Distract

Peter is a dynamic entrepreneur and marketing speaker. Since starting in marketing at the ripe old age of 16 (his website being picked up by The Sunday Times), Peter has gone on to create Distract, a multi award-winning specialist Digital Marketing & Advertising Agency, which has sent ripples across the agency landscape in the Midlands.

Distract advises clients on the best ways to promote themselves in the digital space, and is not afraid to be honest and suggest outlandish solutions to fulfil a firm''s promotional potential.

Peter practices what he preaches in marketing: as part of the innovative marketing for his own B2B company, Peter now has a full time cameraman who films his business journey, and shares a video of the developments in his life daily.

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Innovative Digital Marketing for Law Firms

Thanks to decreasing organic reach, and increasing digital ad costs, brands are now having to become more disruptive than ever before to get their message out, but what should they be doing? Peter will share what he is recommending his clients, as well as one of the greatest secrets in marketing in the legal industry; which, if you''re brave enough to do, will have a huge impact on your business.

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  • Michele DeStefano: Speaking at the Legalex

    Michele DeStefano
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    Differentiation in Legal Services: What’s Innovation Got To Do With It?

  • Billy Warner: Speaking at the Legalex

    Billy Warner
    Miller Insurance Services LLP

    Start-ups - how to make an efficient application to the SRA

  • Dave Horton: Speaking at the Legalex

    Dave Horton
    OneTrust

    Bringing Tech Into the Law Office: Becoming Your Firm's DPO

  • Michael Connelly: Speaking at the Legalex

    Michael Connelly
    Legal Bricks

    The benefits of Price Transparency, to your firm!

  • Geoff Dunnett & Oliver Thornton Berry: Speaking at the Legalex

    Geoff Dunnett & Oliver Thornton Berry
    Shieldpay/Thirdfort

    Smoother completions, safer money: the potential of third party managed accounts